January 2016

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Montreal restaurants where kids eat for FREE (or almost free)

Montreal restaurants where kids eat for FREE (or almost free)

In most cases, an accompanying adult must order a main meal
12 family friendly restaurants in Montreal

12 family friendly restaurants in Montreal

Montreal Families' Facebook fans weigh in on their favourite spots to bring the kids for a meal
A camp for music lovers of all generations

A camp for music lovers of all generations

CAMMAC Music Centre in the Laurentians hosts intergenerational camps for those with or without musical experience
App makes cooking with kids fun and easy

App makes cooking with kids fun and easy

SideChef is an award-winning app that offers interactive, step-by-step directions using video, photos and text
Family-friendly café opens in Outremont

Family-friendly café opens in Outremont

Caffe della Pace was opened by Rivka Cymbalist, who always dreamt of starting such a venture
Modern day picture books for kids

Modern day picture books for kids

Graphic designers are trying their hand at digital illustrations in these picture books
A new factory outlet that sells school uniforms

A new factory outlet that sells school uniforms

Moni in Park Extension was opened by two sisters who weren't quite ready to retire and saw a hole in the market
Shooting hoops should be child’s play

Shooting hoops should be child’s play

The NBA has launched a junior program in Canada to get kids interested in basketball at a younger age
New resale website make kids’ fashion affordable

New resale website make kids’ fashion affordable

Little White Sneakers was started by two women from Toronto who wanted to provide less expensive options to parents purchasing kids' clothes
Private elementary school opens in Dorval

Private elementary school opens in Dorval

Academie Ste. Anne welcomed its first students in September 2015 in the building that used to house Queen of Angels Academy
New app makes learning French fun

New app makes learning French fun

Francomobile was created with kids 7 to 12 in mind and has 40 videos spread across eight modules based on various themes
Studio offers youngsters a place to learn yoga

Studio offers youngsters a place to learn yoga

Yoga Bear in Cote St. Luc offers a broad range of classes and workshops
Company offers unique spin on classic games

Company offers unique spin on classic games

Everblast is a company that puts a twist on popular games such as soccer and, capture the flag and laser tag
New gym promotes family fitness

New gym promotes family fitness

Le R.E.C. Room in the West End of Montreal offers several courses and programs for kids and adults
A spa experience just for babies

A spa experience just for babies

iFloat Baby Spa offers flotation and massage therapy
Playgroup brings North Shore moms together

Playgroup brings North Shore moms together

Carrefour Mom n' Tots was created by an anglophone who found it difficult to connect with others moms who spoke English
Bubble soccer blowing its way into Montreal

Bubble soccer blowing its way into Montreal

There are two places in the Montreal area that allow kids to take part in this unique, trending sport
Interactive, multilingual music show for kids

Interactive, multilingual music show for kids

Alexandra Delgado will be belting out tunes from her CD, Kissy Kissy Time
Rent or share rarely used household goods

Rent or share rarely used household goods

SharingKit was started by environmentally conscious Montrealer Gabriel Saba, who saw a market for this free, online platform
New guidelines for inclusion at Girl Guides

New guidelines for inclusion at Girl Guides

Transgender girls are officially being welcomed at this youth organization
A program that helps kids graduate from high school

A program that helps kids graduate from high school

Pathways to Education Canada provides free tutoring and other support to students from low-income families
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